• No, shooting the eclipse will not break your iPhone

    No, shooting the eclipse will not break your iPhone

    We’ve reached peak eclipse. It’s coming in just a few hours and is all anyone is talking about (online and IRL). But there’s one thing we’ve been hearing a lot of — which is that taking a photograph of the eclipse with your iPhone could fry the camera. Well, it’s not true. Read More

  • Crunch Report | SpaceX Launches and Recovers another Rocket

    SpaceX launches and recovers another rocket, GoDaddy tells Daily Stormer to find a new domain provider, Amazon refunds fake eclipse glasses and OpenAI bot beats masters of Dota 2. All this on Crunch Report. Read More

  • Microsoft joins the open-source Eclipse Foundation

    Microsoft joins the open-source Eclipse Foundation

    Microsoft today announced that it is joining the Eclipse Foundation — the open source group that’s probably best known for its Eclipse IDE, but which also offers a number of other developer tools. With this, Microsoft is joining other Eclipse sponsors like Google, Novell, IBM, Debeka, and Oracle. Given that Microsoft offers its own IDE in the form of Visual Studio… Read More

  • Android vs. iOS Development: Fight! Crunch Network

    Android vs. iOS Development: Fight!

    The eternal startup question “Android or iOS first?” grows ever thornier, with news that Android’s market share exceeds 80%. But never mind the managers and non-technical founders: what do developers! developers! think of that divide? Whoever makes life easier for them gains a sizable edge. And by “them” I mean “us.” When not writing TC columns… Read More

  • Icenium Cloud For Mobile App Development Seeks To Replace Visual Studio and Eclipse

    Icenium Cloud For Mobile App Development Seeks To Replace Visual Studio and Eclipse

    Telerik has developed a service called Icenium to automate the otherwise tedious task of using traditional integrated development environments (IDE) for mobile app development. Read More

  • Video: The world's biggest yacht sets sail. It has lasers.

    When you math types go to school and get your engineering degree, do you ever dream of working on something like the Eclipse? It’s the $1.2 billion yacht owned by Roman Abramovich (who also owns Chelsea FC), and it’s the biggest yacht ever to sail the open seas. It has lasers, people! Read More

  • Yet another solar charging messenger bag

    All the wanna be hipsters carry messenger bags and it’s easy to spot the geek wannabe hipster cause he’s touting a solar charging bag. Eclipse is helping out that demo with another bag that claims to charge cell phones, MP3 player and rechargeable batteries while strolling outdoors thanks to solar cells. These bags come in either leather or canvas and are start at $129 for… Read More

  • Sanyo Katana Eclipse on the way, launches on Bell Mobility

    The Sanyo Katana was just one of those phones that just stayed on the shelves for way longer than anyone expected. But why? Sure, it had some pretty well-marketed TTY features, but that’s nothing unique. Oh – and it was Dr. Turk’s phone on Scrubs. Whatever the cause, it’s one of the few phones that Sprint might still pitch at you two years after launch. Well… Read More